Scholars in Studio
Nina Antonetti explains the evolution of the Smith College campus from a pastoral college to a sustainable campus.
Life of a journalist
Amy Ellis Nutt '77, 2011 Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, talks about journalism today and her time at Smith.
2012 Smith Medalists
Watch as this year's Medalists talk about their work and how a Smith education influenced their lives.

Smith Alumnae Quarterly
Smith Travel
The Asian Women's Leadership University (AWLU), to be located in Malaysia, will provide liberal arts education with a focus on leadership. The idea for the AWLU was initiated by Hoon Eng Khoo '73, Mona Sinha '88, and Barbara Hou '03, who constitute the founding board of the AWLU Project.
There's a lot more to Reunion than seeing classmates! Events on campus include Alumnae College, the Ivy Day address by Thelma Golden '87, director of The Studio Museum in Harlem, and the Global Issues Panel. Check the Reunion website for more details and to register. Not coming to campus? Watch live streaming of Ivy Day, Commencement, and the Alumnae Parade.
Smith Women Leading Change: Asia 2012 will take place in Singapore, May 31-June 2, bringing together some of Smith's most accomplished scholars, alumnae, and students to recognize the contributions of Smith women to Asian society and celebrate the impact of education on the lives of young women. Click here for more information and to register.
Mary Ann Hill was recently named interim executive director of the Alumnae Association. A Wellesley grad, she spent 11 years as assistant vice president for public affairs at her alma mater, and hopes to bring a fresh approach to alumnae relations at Smith. For the full story click here.
In the latest edition of Insight: Acclaimed book artist Barry Moser looks at the future of the book; Associate Professor of Computer Science Dominique Thiébaut talks about cloud computing; and Evelyn Fox Keller, 2012 William Allan Neilson Chair of Research, gives her take on genetics and the nature-nurture debate.
Emmy-award winning actress Elaine Bromka '72 will perform her one-woman show, Lady Bird, Pat, and Betty: Tea for Three, during All Reunion Weekend. Read how she co-wrote the play and has taken it across the country, and why she's excited to perform for a Smith alumnae audience.
Friends and classmates remember Isabel Brown Wilson '53, who died on March 27. A member of the board of trustees for ten years, she oversaw the work of the family's Brown Foundation, which supports education, the arts, and community service initiatives. Brown was a huge supporter of Smith and her family's namesake is the Brown Fine Arts Center on campus.
"Smith Connection: An Inside Look at College Admissions" is exclusively for young women of Smith alumnae families beginning the college search. Smith admission professionals will share strategies for successfully navigating the college admission process. Held in Hermosa Beach, CA, on April 28, and on the Smith campus on June 22.
Marisa Miller Wolfson '98's documentary, Vegucated, follows the transformation of three New York carnivores who venture into the world of veganism for six weeks. Read how the film is getting noticed and why Wolfson hopes it will create a better understanding among die-hard meat-eaters, vegans, and vegetarians.
Daniel Horowitz, Smith American studies professor, talks about his latest book, Consuming Pleasures: Intellectuals and Popular Culture in the Postwar World, which traces a shift among American intellectuals away from focusing on the deleterious effects of consumerism and popular culture toward an appreciation of both.
Adults of all ages are invited to participate in Smith's annual Summer Adult Sport and Fitness Program, June 10-16. Sample a wide variety of sport and fitness clinics, lectures, as well as optional fitness testing and personal training. On-campus housing provided. All level of skills and abilities are welcome.
Each year, Smith College trustees award the Smith Medal to alumnae who have made a significant impact in their chosen area of accomplishment. Help us find outstanding alumnae for future awards. To submit a nomination click here. For more information, contact Mary D'Amato AC '93, assistant director, donor relations and stewardship, at
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